Wyoming Arts Council

Douglas art gallery exhibit

The RomArt Gallery in Douglas, Wyoming will be exhibiting bridge art through July 31. For the past year, the bridge that brings people into the downtown area of Douglas from the interstate has been under construction. Traffic has been rerouted, and downtown activity has been reduced, to say the least. The show is celebrating the
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Centennial Singers wraps up season with "Into the Woods" May 22 in Laramie

From a University of Wyoming press release: After a complete season of tours and travel, the UW Centennial Singers return for their final performance Friday, May 22, at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The Centennial Singers will perform “Into the Woods” at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts main stage. Tickets are available at
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Centennial Singers wraps up season with "Into the Woods" May 22 in Laramie

From a University of Wyoming press release: After a complete season of tours and travel, the UW Centennial Singers return for their final performance Friday, May 22, at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The Centennial Singers will perform “Into the Woods” at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts main stage. Tickets are available at
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Art of the well-tempered chili pepper

From a press release: Cookers from around the United States and local cookers from Cheyenne are being invited to the inaugural Union Wireless Peppers on the Plaza, Cheyenne’s Chili Cook-Off, which will be held at the Cheyenne Depot on June 12-14. We are encouraging cooks and cooking teams to come out and cook red chili,
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Jenny Dowd presents postcard workshop June 6

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Jenny Dowd will present a “Personalized Postcard Workshop” on Saturday, June 6, 10:30 a.m-3 p.m., at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson.Participants will use watercolor, drawing, collage and pen techniques. Registration required; space is limited. Free. Contact: Adult Humanities Coordinator Oona Doherty, 733-2164 ext. 135, or doherty@tclib.org.

Catch a trout chair May 22 in Buffalo

Cheyenne Melodrama auditions this week

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players will hold auditions for the summer 2009 old-fashioned melodrama Monday-Wednesday, May 18-20, 6:30 p.m., at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. Auditions for cast members will be held Monday and Tuesday evenings and emcee, card girl and olio auditions will be Wednesday. This year’s melodrama is entitled “The Vale
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Before jetting off to France, Craig Johnson to give preview of new novel in Sheridan

On Monday, Wyomingarts was in downtown Sheridan and dropped into Sheridan Stationery and Books. I talked with proprietor Robby Smith, asked her what events were on the store’s horizon. She pointed up to a big poster announcing Craig Johnson’s new mystery, “The Dark Horse.” She followed up our conversation with this e-mail announcement: Greetings! Because
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Vote for your favorite Wyoming short film

From a Wyoming Film Office press release: The Wyoming Film Office is opening its doors for the public to vote in this year’s Wyoming Short Film Contest. To watch this year’s 25 top-scoring videos and make your selection for “People’s Choice,” visit http://filmwyoming.blogspot.com/2008/11/2nd-annual-wyoming-short-film-contest.html The contest ends Thursday, May 21 with the winners being announced the
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Editor & blogger to speak at WWInc. conference

One of the presenters for the Wyoming Writers, Inc., annual conference in Casper is Chuck Sambuchino, an editor for Writer’s Digest Books who blogs about literary agents. He placed info about the WWInc. conference on his blog. To read it, go to the May 4 posts at http://www.guidetoliteraryagents.com/blog/

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